Witham's fate soon to be known.

WITHAM Town are hoping to stay in the Ryman League despite finishing bottom of Division One North this season.Boss Danny Greaves is hoping Town get a reprieve next season but he admitted that if the club are relegated to the Essex Senior League, they will have to grasp the challenge with both hands.

WITHAM Town are hoping to stay in the Ryman League despite finishing bottom of Division One North this season.

Boss Danny Greaves is hoping Town get a reprieve next season but he admitted that if the club are relegated to the Essex Senior League, they will have to grasp the challenge with both hands.

The Spa Road club are still awaiting news on where they will play next season, following their relegation from division one north.

They expect to hear officially from the Football Association by Thursday once all of the outstanding promotion and relegation issues have been resolved in the non-League Pyramid.


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Town are desperate to remain a Ryman League club. However, if they wants them to be ready.

He said: “If we do end up in the Essex Senior League, we would want to go out and win it at the first time of asking.

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“One good thing about being in that division is that we would be able to have a shot in the FA Vase, too.

“They would be our two main targets.”

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